CT1122B Critical Thinking for Theology
- Unit Code & NameCT1122B Critical Thinking for Theology
- Cross CodeAP1122B
- DescriptionThis unit introduces students to the foundational skills of critical thinking and writing for use in the study of theology and related disciplines.
It is designed to equip the student in the evaluation and construction of theological ideas through the appropriation of the principles of logic and reasoning. The skills developed will include the analysis and construction of sound arguments, identifying and avoiding logical fallacies, writing with clarity, and distinguishing between weak sense and strong sense critical thinking.
- FieldC - Christian Thought and History
- DisciplineCT - Systematic Theology
- Semester2, 2018
- Delivery ModeClass
- DateThursdays 1.30pm - 4.30pm | 100 Maidstone, Ringwood
- Lecturer(s) Adam Couchman
- Learning OutcomesUpon successful completion of this unit, it is expected that students will be able to:
1. Describe the nature of logic and argument
2. Identify and construct deductively valid conclusions
3. Apply critical thinking skills to theological research and essay writing
4. Show basic skills in the construction and evaluation of arguments
- Text BooksText to be purchased
Browne, M. Neal and Stuart M. Keeley. Asking the Right Questions: A Guide to Critical Thinking. Global ed. Essex: Pearson Education Limited, 2014.